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. on saturday, september 17, 2011 what working uniform patrol in the broadway corridor of columbus and broadway, officers were summoned. did the to and ask for their assistance in obtaining a subject that appeared to be acting suspicious, and was possibly wanted for criminal act. officers approached the subject. as they did so, they noticed he was rolling a marijuana cigarette in his hand. officer tapang remove the cigarette from the man's hand. his immediate response was to flee from officers. saturday night on broadway is pure chaos at 2:00 in the morning. hundreds of people leaving the nightclubs. these officers are chasing this person down the crowded street. as the chase went on for a few yards, but the suspect reached underneath his jacket. he withdrew a tech 9 automatic pistol. he was running down broadway and took the weapon and he there to scare the officer, and pointed the pistol right at officer. officer jones, seeing the threat to the officer and everyone else nearby, fired a shot to protect an officer. almost immediately after that, officer tapang was able to catch up with the susp
, california, columbus, ohio and eugene oregon for their utilities program. finding 2.2 is 3% of program accounts report 10 or more household members resulting in a high allowable household income. and what we found is of the cap accounts with data for household size 3% reported over 11 household members, which is almost three times the average household size for programs, which is 3.8 persons. while putting in an excessive number of household members is typical the reporting system does not prevent households from doing so to qualify for the program. finding 2.3, 16% of program accounts had a bill that is an unrealistically high proportion of reported income. what we found is of the 64 households that reported household income on their income verification response letter, 16% had a bill that was 10% or more of reported income with one household at 73% of reported income. the u.s. bureau of labor statisticses data indicates that san franciscans spend approximately 5% of household income on all household utilities, fuels, and public services combined. so this suggests that in some cases a
if you would have invested when columbus came to the new world, if you could have bought treasury bills and reinvested those at the yields they are now, your dollar would have grown to $1.71 in 520 years. and all of our jaws dropped. i got my calculator and verified that number. warren was right. the short answer is we have to take risk. the grand jury report talks about lower risk. treasury bills is the lowest risk you can get. we have to take prudent risk and i would echo the comments of our executive director. we have a long-term horizon. and we must take prudent risk. the earlier in terms of the stock market you asked 2008, i believe the stocks were down 38%. our fund was less because we were diversified. we had other asset classes in addition to common stocks. private equity has been one of the investments of the fund in the middle 80's. you asked about the funding. it was much less funded in the early 80's and still we took a much riskier approach. and the returns have been shown opinion forget analysis and studies. one of the best performing asset classes of your pension fund has
are pushed down to the road and they never materialize. i was in columbus, ohio, during the campaign. there's an amazing guy, the mayor of columbus, a long-term democrat, and he's done a deal on finances. when the crisis hit, he cut as much as he could in the back office, things people didn't see. he hadn't cut enough. sew went to the business community and said i can carry on cutting. i can put police services, park services, things that will actually affect the city of people's desire to live here, or we can have a revenue hike. and because he had already done the cuts in the back office and he could lay them out, the business community 100% supported a revenue hike. it was a really interesting model in one city. okay, it's one city. it's not the country, but it's an interesting model of how you can use cuts. >> i wasn't going to object what you said, i was going tack to what michael said. i don't sense the republicans saying they're flexible on rates. they keep saying we cannot increase marginal rates. we cannot increase marginal rates. donnie repeated the warren buffett point which is a
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